This class has been raising funds for Market Children in Tegucigalpa for over 10 years. Their teacher, Curt Kutschera, uses the exercise to raise kids awareness about the importance of education, Central America and charitable giving.
In 2018 the class raised over $1,000!
Ron & Elaine Ross, founders of H.E.L.P. Honduras, are seen here with the 2016 class.
A new program of The Rotary Foundation Canada( TRFC ) directs funds from the Government of Canada to increase funds available with Global Grants. The Rotary Club of Campbell River has applied for funds for a second Global Grant for Early Childhood Stimulation. This fits nicely with one of the principle goals of the Government of Canada which is improvement of Maternal & Childhood Health in developing countries.
Early Childhood Stimulation is a program, funded by a Global Grant from The Rotary Foundation, that will improve the health of babies and young children in Tegucigalpa. Primary sponsors are The Rotary Clubs of Kelowna Sunrise and Tegucigalpa.
Ron and Elaine cannot go to Tegucigalpa this year, but we have a great team going to take their place taking pictures:
David Morley, VP of HELP Honduras
Heather More, Bookkeeper for HELP Honduras
Richard Kasperski, Software Engineer, (First Trip)
Sharon Docksteader, Rotarian from Grand Forks (First Trip)
In addition Bill Feyrer, Chris Dysart and Maureen Duncan will be there checking out the Global Grant, and looking at expansion to Comayagua.
Gwen Telling will be taking a team to Santa Barbara a week later.